Indonesia's navy said it was questioning the crew of 13 Indians, three Bangladeshis and a trio from Myanmar at its base near Singapore.
China said on Thursday it had filed a lawsuit at the World Trade Organization challenging Australia’s anti-dumping measures on a range of goods, marking further escalation in tensions between the two countries.
Some families living in a jungle may be fearful of things going bump at night, but for one household in Thailand, the sight of an elephant rummaging through their kitchen was not a total shock.
Junta leader Min Aung Hlaing attends summit to discuss mounting violence.
The media tycoon was jailed for 12 months.
The measures are part of a package of human rights sanctions targeting a dozen people that also includes individuals in Russia, North Korea, Eritrea, South Sudan and Libya, diplomats said.
Cambodia's exiled opposition figurehead Sam Rainsy was sentenced in absentia to 25 years in jail Monday over an alleged plot to overthrow strongman Hun Sen's government, a court official said.
The sensitive mission has a remit to explore how the virus jumped from animal to human.
They allegedly helped former Renault-Nissan boss flee Japan.
Starting Sunday, holders of British National (Overseas) status will be able to apply to live and work in Britain for up to five years, and eventually seek citizenship.
China deems it ‘crazy provocation’.
Flooding hits country's east coast during rainy season annually and regularly results in mass evacuations, but people in some areas say this year's floods are the worst in decades.
Mount Semeru on Java island spouted towering column Tuesday, prompting call for about 500 people to temporarily evacuate their homes.
The arrest of the territory's most high-profile dissident is the latest in a string of arrests of government critics.
Storm kills at least 1, forces 2,000 to evacuate.
The kingdom has seen near-daily protests for more than two weeks by mostly young Thais, fuelled by their anger at a pro-military royalist government headed by former army chief Prayut Chan-O-Cha.
UN warns it’s a growing humanitarian crisis.
Authorities refused to give them shelter over coronavirus fears.
The heads of the EU's main institutions began talks on the coronavirus with top Chinese leaders, after Brussels infuriated Beijing by accusing it of a campaign of disinformation around the pandemic.
Move is to retaliate against Seoul for anti-Pyongyang leaflets floated over the border.